The Urgent Care Network Omaha is an independent, locally-owned group of three urgent care clinics in the Omaha metropolitan area. Our three clinics are Bellevue Urgent Care (since 2009), Rockbrook Urgent Care (since 2011) and the newest location, Crossroads Urgent Care (opened in August, 2016).
The focus of Urgent Care Network Omaha clinics is to take care of the issues that aren’t extreme, but do need medical help. We treat minor illnesses like the flu, infections, fevers, nausea, etc. Also minor injuries such as sprains, possible broken bones, lacerations, sports injuries, etc. We also provide occupational health services like work comp care, pre-employment physicals, drug screens, etc. More details are available on our services page.
We provide medical care that fits your schedule, whether you have a regular doctor or not. We encourage everyone to have a primary care physician for your ongoing medical needs. But, we know that they are not usually available on evenings and weekends, or sometimes their schedule is full. That’s when we can provide prompt attention to your medical issues. And, we will forward your medical record to your primary doctor, if you request.
We are NOT an emergency room.
For people who have severe or life-threatening conditions such as excessive bleeding, head injuries, are unconscious or incapacitated, may be poisoned, or are suffering pains that may be a heart attack or stroke, you need to call 911 or go to a hospital’s emergency room.
Hours & Appointment
You never need to schedule an appointment at Urgent Care Network Omaha clinics- just come on in. We are open:
- Monday-Saturday from 8:00am- 8:00pm
- 8:00am- 4:00pm on Sunday
We are open on all holidays, too, but our hours may vary from our regular daily schedule. Please note that we normally stop checking in new patients 15 minutes prior to our scheduled closing time- occasionally we may have a very busy day and would stop adding patients before then.
If you are coming in for a drug screen, regulations require we give a person up to three hours to provide a valid specimen, so we stop collecting drug screens three hours prior to our closing time.
We accept most major insurance plans, but you need to have your insurance card and a valid photo ID. We encourage you to call the 800-number on the back of your card to ensure we are in-network with your specific plan. You will be responsible for paying only your co-pay (if you have one) when you come in. Any remaining balance will be billed to you after we receive information from your insurance company.
For those without insurance, we offer a cash-pay discount if you pay the full amount at time-of-service. Otherwise, you will be required to pay $100 at the time of your visit, with the remainder to be billed on a payment plan. We accept cash, debit card, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and Care Credit for payment.
Please call us if you have any questions: